Table of 15

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Table of 15 - Introduction

Table of 15 is one of the easiest multiplication tables to learn and understand. We just need to add the combination of 10 and 5 to the number in order to get the solution. The 15-times table shows how many times the number 15 has been added to itself. For instance, 

15 x 3 = 15 + 15 + 15 = 45. 

Familiarity and proficiency in the time table is essential building blocks for the foundation of math. The tables assist students in multiplying and dividing large digit numbers easily and quickly. 

How to Read 15 Times Table?

Different Ways to Memorize Table of 15 Easily?

Though memorizing tables through rote learning is an effortless way to learn tables, it doesn’t mean that the children will be able to recite them correctly. The knowledge of the tables is only rudimentary in children who assert to know all of them. Children must thus go further and comprehend the meaning of the numbers as well as how to use their understanding of arithmetic in a situation.

1. Traditional Method [Infographic]

This method follows a traditional manner of learning the table of 15, wherein we just multiply the numbers by 1 to 10 and get the result.

2. Addition Method [Infographic]

In this method we keep on adding the digit 15 to the number of times it is getting multiplied with, for example 15 x 2 = Adding 15 twice = 15 + 15. 

3. Odd and Even Method [Infographics]

There is a simple way to memorising the table of 15. You should be familiar with odd numbers, even numbers, and tens place digits in order to learn this trick. 

The trick is that the one’s place always follows the pattern of 5-0 in the results.   

15 x 1 = 15

15 x 2 = 30

For tens place follow two consecutive even numbers and then two consecutive odd numbers for the resultant’s tenth digit.

15 1 = 15 (Odd number in the tenth spot)

15 x 2 = 30 (Odd number in the tens place)

15 + 3 = 45 (Even number in the place of the tenth)

15 x 4 = 60 (Even number in the tenth spot)

Table of 15 [Chart]

FAQ's on Table of 15

1, 3, 5 and 15 are the factors of 15.

225/15 = 15

15 x 15 = 225

Yes, 225 is divisible by 15

The square of 15  = 15 x 15 = 225


As a combination of the energies of the numbers 1, 5, and 6, the number 15 in numerology represents leadership, wisdom, money and business, as well as relationships and love. The number 15 also represents family, harmony, adventure, nurturing, and idealism.

The 7 times table is the most difficult to memorize because the final digit does not repeat until 10 x 7 and 7 is a prime number.

How to Use Multiple of 15 to Solve Problems Quickly and Efficiently

Word Problems

Solution: Let’s convert the statements into a numerical equation.

Total number of days = 16

Class hours per day = 5

The number of days missed = 1. 

This means Joe missed one day out of the 16 days. 

16 – 1 = 15

Therefore, the total number of hours he attended is 15 x 5 which equals to 75.

Total  numbers of rows in the garden = 15

Total  numbers of columns in the garden = 18

Total  numbers of plants in the garden = 15 x 18 = 270

60/ 15 = 4

There are 4 fifteens in 60.


Total number of chocolate boxes = 15

Each box contains = 8 chocolates

Total number of chocolates in the class = 15 x 8 = 120


Tables are a key requirement for studying mathematics. Children must learn how to use them. Children find it challenging to acquire other math concepts if they haven’t mastered their times tables. At {} we make sure that children fall in love with math and master the art of learning table of 15.

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